Restrictions on purchases can backfire, causing customers to want to stock up on limited supplies.
The solution could be as close as your kitchen tap.
In Kettleman City, California, where arsenic contaminates groundwater, the state supplies every home with bottled water.
The brand is over 120 years old and has been in the U.S. since the 1980s. But now, it's really starting to pop.
Ohio mobile home park resident said water routinely turned off without notice
As states face major water shortages, some cities sense a business opportunity